Learn how to make odd-count peyote stitching fast and easy by combining two more basic techniques - square and fringe stitches - which result in a nicer edge to your peyote band.
Also, this geometric peyote bracelet is stitched in one piece - no need to attach separate peyote parts, or be hassled by many tangling threads!
This original design of mine was first published in the Oct/Nov issue of Beadwork magazine, but in this PDF tutorial, I offer my original instructions, drawings and designing tips, so that even a beginner can work this project easily!
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Creativity has always been what really makes me feel "alive"... I love painting, sculpting, knitting, scrapbooking....But what I love the most is beading! I am a self-taught jewelry designer and beadweaver and I have been creating my own designs for a few years now.